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Steppe by Steppe: a Presentation for OSME’s Summer Meeting
Dr Mimi Kessler presented a talk, “Steppe by Steppe: In Search of the Great Bustard in Central Asia” at the Summer Meeting of the
Необычную птицу увековечили в Астраханской области
“We must unite and fight to save the bustard” – Dr. Nigel Collar’s message on bustard conservation
“A recent analysis by BirdLife indicates that the bustards are the most threatened terrestrial family of birds on earth; only the seabird families of
Great Bustard nest found in Romania!
“In the XIXth century there were stable populations in Banat, Crișana, the Transylvanian Plateau, the Wallachian Plain, Dobruja and in a few other places
On the Edge: Saga of the Great Indian Bustard
“On the Edge: Saga of the Great Indian Bustard,” published in Roundglass Sustain by IUCN Bustard Specialist Group Members Kedar Gore and Devesh Gadhavi.
Attempts to give the bustard species a flying start
“The Final Flight: Conserving Eurasia’s Iconic Bustard Species’ featured a panel of experts from around the world speaking on four different bustard species –
Conservation Advances for Bustards at CMS COP13!
The 13th Conference of Parties to the Convention on Migratory Species convened in Gandhinigar, India. This year a record six proposals were considered to
Winter Surveys Underway Across Three Countries
For the second year, we’re coordinating winter counts of Great Bustards in southern Kazakhstan, southeastern Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan, in addition to the ongoing work
Great Bustard Documentary Reaches Audiences in China
The documentary on Great Bustards created by EBA for Mongolian audiences has been translated into Chinese by the non-governmental conservation organization China Biodiversity Conservation